Are you an imposter Christian? If so, you’re not the first, and you’re not alone. The early church struggled with this, and the apostle Paul offers a solution in Romans 6:1-14. Listen to “Faith Changes” by Pastor Greg Byman, delivered on Sunday, February 28, 2021 at St Joe Community Church in Fort Wayne. Today’s message is the 14th in a series on the book of Romans and available for free, like the rest of the St Joe sermon library. Just go to your favorite podcast platform or download directly from www.StJoeCommunityChurch.org.
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How To Find Jesus -- Lesson from Wise Men. Matthew 2:1-7
How To Find Jesus: Lessons from the Wise Men
How to find Jesus
1. See the Signs
-Wise Men saw the star- miraculous phenomenon
-Witness of creation- Romans 1:20
Possible signs that are leading you to Jesus
-Life changing event
-Lack of purpose
-Lack of true satisfaction
-Conviction- guilt from your sin
2. Search the scriptures
-Wise men looked for answers from God’s people
-They used scripture to answer the Wise Men
-Search the Bible to answer your questions
-Prophecy of the Old Testament
-Testimony of the New Testament
-study your own Bible
-go to our website to “Who is Jesus?”
-ask a Christ follower in our church that you trust
-The Wise Men searched until they found Jesus!
-they trusted the scriptures- went to Bethlehem
-Keep searching for Jesus through the testimony of
His followers, through His church, this church!
-let the evidence lead you to Jesus!
3. Surrender yourself
-Wise men searched until they found Jesus!
-Wise men immediately knelt and worshiped Jesus
-Wise men gave generously to Jesus
-Wise men dedicated their future to Jesus
What is your next wise step?
See the signs
-What are other people telling you?
-What circumstances are revealing your need to change?
-How has everything else you have tried failed to satisfy?
Search the scripture
-Is there anything more you need to learn about Jesus before you give your life to Him?
-You may really need more information
-Or, you may be using this as an excuse to keep rejecting Jesus
Surrender yourself to Jesus right now!
-surrender your whole life to Jesus
-surrender all you have to Jesus
-surrender your future to Jesus
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Trust the Story of the Virgin Birth
Every Bible story is important
2 Timothy 3:16 All scripture is inspired, profitable
The Bible is one story
-How God has redeemed us from our sins through Christ
-There are many stories, but they all point to this Main story
-Each smaller story is meant to increase our faith in God
The Virgin Birth story is a small but significant story!
-Recorded in Matthew 1:18-25 and Luke 1:26-38
-Matthew 1:23 says this fulfills the Isaiah 7:14 prophecy
-The early church continued to declare their belief in it
-Textual evidence suggests it was NOT inserted later
Why would someone reject the Virgin Birth story?
-Attempt to discredit the unique nature of Jesus Christ
-they would have to reject multiple other verses
-Disbelief that God performs miracles in our world
-multiple other Bible stories would have to be rejected
-Rejection of the Bible as a historically accurate record
-Many have tried and failed to disprove this idea
-We don’t have to check our brains at the door to believe
in the Bible
-Belief that it is unimportant to our faith
-Emphasis on his sayings, example, not his historicity
-This would mean God’s word is untrustworthy
-We have to accept all or none of the story of Jesus
-I welcome a personal conversation with anyone who is honestly
and intellectually struggling with the Virgin Birth. Let’s sit
down sometime and examine the evidence together!
I desire for us to trust the Story of the Virgin Birth
-Read Luke 1:26-38
Observations from Luke 1:26-38
adapted from Christian Theology by Millard Eerickson, 1985
1. Salvation is supernatural
-John 3:5b-6 We must be born again, of spirit and water
-John 1:13 we are spiritually born of God, not by our will or by
-No one can save themselves- we needed God to intervene
-Our Savior Jesus came from outside of humanity!
-Stop trying to earn or keep your salvation by human effort!
2. Salvation is a gift of grace
-Mary did nothing to earn God’s favor, many virgins available
-vs 34 “How can this be?” Only God can do what we cannot do
-No one is deserving of God’s grace!
3. God can do anything
-God is all powerful and has all authority to act
-The birth of Jesus is the most unique birth of all time
-Gen 18:14 “Is anything too hard for the Lord?”
-When we believe in the virgin birth, we can believe that God can and will work in our lives, to free us from the humanly impossible task of resisting temptation and living a pure and holy life
-God can save everyone, no matter how far they are from God, no matter how dark their lives
Trust the story of the Virgin Birth
1. Admit that you cannot save yourself
2. Accept God’s love and forgiveness as a free gift
3. Let Jesus be the Lord/boss of your life
-Luke 1:38 “I am the Lord’s servant,” said Mary. “May it be done to me according to your word.”
-Romans 10:13 “For everyone who calls on the name of the Lord will be saved”
Romans, part 11: Stay with Faith
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Stay With Faith!
The righteous will live by faith
Stay with faith!
Don’t add a second way to God vs 13-16
-vs 13-14 Abraham made righteous 430 years before the Law
-The Jews benefited from God’s promise to Abraham before
-vs 15 The Law “produces wrath”- it shows how sinful we are!
-“There is no deliberate disobedience of positive commands
where there is no positive command to disobey”
-The more we know the more accountable we are to God!
-vs 16 We are made righteous by God’s grace
-“God’s riches at Christ’s expense”
-Abraham’s faith is the only kind of faith that God accepts!
-Stop heaping onto new believers rules and regulations that
Even mature believers are learning to obey!
Follow the example of Abraham vs 17-24
-vs 17 “I have made you the father of many nations”
-Past tense- it was already true, before it became true
-Gentile followers of Christ are the fulfillment of this promise!
-Trust God like Abraham trusted God!
-vs 18 He was “hoping against hope”- humanly impossible
-vs 19 He did not weaken in his faith- as he waited for the
Promise, even when he and Sarah were both “dead” for
-vs 20 He did not waver in unbelief,
-He was strengthened in his faith as he gave glory to God
-Abraham applied his faith day by day against the impossibility
of God’s promise to him, and this made his faith grow.
-Our faith grows day by day when we apply God’s promise to
save us and provide the necessary power to over come the
temptations of our flesh!
-vs 21 Abraham was fully convinced God keeps his promise
-vs 22 This is the faith that saved Abraham! That saves us!
-We trust God for who God is, not what we will get from God
-the “getting from God” may be years in coming- be patient
-God may give you more than you can ever imagine
-vs 23-24 Abraham was saved by faith as an example for us!
-Just as God credited Abraham’s faith with righteousness,
So also, we are made righteous by trusting in Jesus Christ
Trust what Jesus did for you vs 25
-Faith is always tied to God promise to fully pay for our sins!
-Abraham looked forward to what Jesus would do for him
-We now look back at what Jesus already did for us
-Romans 3:24 “justified freely by his grace through the
redemption that is in Christ Jesus”
-Galatians 3:13 Christ became “cursed” in our place!
-Gal 3:14 “The purpose was that the blessing of Abraham would
come to the Gentiles by Christ Jesus, so that we could
receive the promised Spirit through faith”
Let God grow your faith
Trust God’s promises
-Trust that God makes you righteous through faith in Jesus
-Trust God to do the impossible of making you like Jesus!
-of giving you love for enemies, compassion for others
-trust God to heal your heart from broken relationships
-trust God to restore relationships His way, in His timing
Keep trusting God’s promises- Stay with faith!
-Hope against hope for the impossible in human ability!
-Give glory to God for what he has already promised you!
-Apply your faith day by day to that which does not yet exist
-Wait for God to make alive what is dead!
-Trust in the physical resurrection of Jesus Christ
What is God asking you to do right now?
Romans, part 10: Faith Starts It All
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Faith Starts It All!
Intro: The Righteous Live By Faith
-Everyone can know God
-We must come to God by faith
-No one is good enough to be with God
-Jesus came to bring us to God
-We become righteous through faith in Jesus Christ
Faith started it all! Romans 4:1-12
1. Abraham believed God
-He had nothing to boast about to God
-Ephesians 2:9 “not from works so that no one can boast”
2. God credited Abraham’s faith with righteousness
-God saved Abraham out of a pagan culture that did not have
faith in Him
3. David trusted in God’s unconditional forgiveness
4. Abraham was declared righteous before he obeyed God
-Circumcised 14 years AFTER he was declared righteous
-Circumcision was the “seal” or mark that set Abraham apart
-Today: Baptism is the “seal” that sets us apart with God
-In the same way, faith and salvation occur BEFORE baptism
-Illust: the thief on the cross was saved by faith, never worked!
5. Abraham is the spiritual father of Jews and Gentiles
-vs 12 “who also follow in the footsteps of the faith” of Abraham
-Every Christian is a fulfillment of God’s promise to Abraham!
-descendants as numerous as the stars, as sand
-Abraham’s faith began a personal relationship with God that set apart the nation of Israel as God’s chosen people
-God continues to set apart a chosen people today—us!
We must Start with faith!
1. Place our faith in Jesus Christ
-Stop trying to earn God’s salvation by works
-Stop boasting in self, thinking good works earns salvation
-We may be able to boast in front of other people
-We aren’t good enough to boast in front of God!
2. Obey God to prove our faith
-John 14:15 If you love me, you will keep my commandments
-Matthew 22:37, 39 Love the Lord your God with all your heart, with all your soul, and with all your mind… love your neighbor as yourself!
-Matthew 28:19-20 Go, therefore, and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, teaching them to observe everything I have commanded you.
-James 2:26 …faith without works is dead.
-Work comes after our faith
-But faith is always followed by works!
3. Help others start with faith!
-Show them you trust God by faith alone, not your works
-Don’t make people obey before they trust
-Don’t mislead people to think obedience earns right standing
-Be REAL! Let others know you aren’t boasting in front of God
-Don’t hide your sin, pretend you are perfect
-show them how to grow spiritually
-show them how to keep asking forgiveness, continuing on!
What is your next right step today?
1 Corinthians 5:15 And he died for all so that those who live should no longer live for themselves but for the one who died for them and was raised.
Romans part 5: The Tragedy of Rejecting God, Part II
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The Tragedy of Rejecting God Part 2
The righteous will live by faith!
This is the theme of the entire letter to the Roman church
-nobody can be come perfect by themselves
We receive righteousness by putting our faith in Jesus
-He came to earth, died for our sins, rose from death
Rejecting God has tragic consequences!
-last week- we suppress truth, worship creation instead of the
Creator, and become foolish in our thinking
-God’s wrath (punishment) is currently displayed in humanity
Today: God gives people what they ask for!
Observations from Romans 1:24-32
1. God gives us what we want!
-“God delivered them over” vs 24, 26, 28
-illust: God ceases to hold the boat as it is being dragged by the
current of the river”
-CS Lewis: “[They] enjoy forever the horrible freedom they have
demanded, and are therefore self-enslaved”
-God permits us to continue in and to plunge more deeply into
the sin we have chosen, which begins with our rejection of
God Himself, and the testimony of His existence in nature
2. We worship the “desires of our hearts” vs 24
-Sex and worldly pleasure become our gods-
-The Roman church and most of the world was a sex saturated
culture, much like today
-Sex is our god- we measure the identity of people based on
how they like to have sex, rather than how they were naturally
born. Personal heart feelings are the ultimate authority
3. We worship creation instead of the Creator vs 25
-We worship ourselves, exchange the truth of God for a lie
-Or we worship creation, and then devalue human worth as
equal, or worse, to less than the value of earth itself.
4. Rejecting God leads to unnatural sexual relations
-vs 26-27 are the clearest NT teachings on human sexuality
-“natural sexual relations” are rejected for unnatural sex
-sex between people of the same sex
-1 Cor 6:9-10, vs 11 says some were delivered from this
-Leviticus 18:22-23 condemns homosexuality
-There is no translation of this passage that justifies same sex
-God meant for sex to bond a man and woman in marriage for
life, and to build humanity through procreation.
-Having sex for only the sake of sex destroys and disfigures
the natural building blocks of relationships and society
-Paul is not ashamed of the gospel, not ashamed to tell the
truth, and neither should we today.
5. Rejecting God destroys human relationships
-vs 28-32 describes a life of self-validation at the expense of
-Note: this list is no better or worse than sexual sin. Anyone
attempting the sexual moral high ground to be righteous will
quickly be brought low by this list of vices!
-We exchange the authority of God for the authority of the
individual self- which leads to all kinds of exploitation and
-Cheering on evil behavior is even more tragic!
Matthew 18:6- woe to you who offend children!
We can escape this human tragedy!
1. Stop denying the witness of nature and your conscience
-you are suppressing the truth and know that sin deserves death
-Without Christ, we are slaves to our flesh, an enslavement to a
corrupt nature that is naturally seeking relief, but because of a
refusal to worship the Creator, will never find it.
-God is letting you see that only He can satisfy your hunger
2. Trust the love of God (Romans 5:8)
-He is trying to get your attention!
3. Place your faith in Jesus Christ now!
Romans part 3: What is the Gospel?
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14 But thanks be to God, who in Christ always leads us in triumphal procession, and through us spreads the fragrance of the knowledge of him everywhere. 15 For we are the aroma of Christ to God among those who are being saved and among those who are perishing, 16 to one a fragrance from death to death, to the other a fragrance from life to life. Who is sufficient for these things? 17 For we are not, like so many, peddlers of God's word, but as men of sincerity, as commissioned by God, in the sight of God we speak in Christ.
Sermon: What is the Gospel? Romans 1:16-17
16 For I am not ashamed of the gospel, for it is the power of God for salvation to everyone who believes, to the Jew first and also to the Greek. 17 For in it the righteousness of God is revealed from faith for faith,[e] as it is written, “The righteous shall live by faith.”[f]
What is the Gospel?
Romans 1:3-4 explains the gospel
God sent His Son Jesus Christ to die for your sins
Jesus physically resurrected from death
You must believe/trust in Jesus Christ to receive salvation
-forgiveness of sin, reconciliation with God, eternal life
Live by faith today to be declared righteous by God!
Romans 10:9-10 explains how to respond to the gospel
Believe/Trust in what Jesus did for you
Openly confess that you have surrendered to Jesus
Romans 1:16-17 explains why the gospel changes lives
The Gospel is the power of God for salvation
--Following the ethics of Jesus can reform us temporarily
-Placing our faith in Jesus for salvation transforms us forever!
-our problem- we are trusting in ourselves to change us
-this is prideful, disrespectful to God
-this isn’t working- world is still in chaos
-Next week- we will see how rejecting God destroys society
The Gospel saves everyone who believes
-all people groups are invited to be reconciled to God!
-first for the Jew, then the Gentile- God’s progression
-Israel is God’s chosen people- as an example for us!
-Everyone who believes in Jesus is Chosen too!
-We are all part of the Human Race- from Adam, then Noah
-God wants us to enjoy depend on others unlike us
-complete one another, don’t compete with one another!
The Gospel reveals God’s righteousness vs 17
-The rightness and perfection of God
-The gospel shows God’s is a perfect promise keeper
-The gospel empowers us to reflect God’s righteousness
-We have victory over sin
-We are the “aroma” of life or death to people- 2 Cor 2:14-16
The Gospel must be received by faith alone
-This letter will provide evidence to back this up!
-stop offending God by trying to be good enough on your own
-stop trying to earn God’s love!
-this behavior is destroying relationships
The Gospel must be lived out by faith alone
-We depend on Christ’s saving power every moment!
-The righteous will live by faith see also Hab 2:4; Gal 3:11
-draw “Gospel Centered Life” diagram
Have you placed your faith in the Gospel?
We must not be ashamed of this Good News! vs 16
-Why someone might be ashamed to publicly share Jesus
-Intimidated by the culture
-Not convinced Jesus is the Savior for everyone
-Living in disobedience- too convicting personally
-Hasn’t really repented and trusted in Jesus for salvation
Are you ashamed of the gospel?
Have you placed your faith in the
Romans part 2: God's Truth is Timeless
Romans part 2
By Pastor Greg Byman
St Joe Community Church
August 30, 2020
Qualities of Spiritual Leaders
God’s Truth is Timeless
Every generation faces the same issues and struggles
The Bible provides truth for living in every generation
Our faith in God can have a worldwide influence (vs 8)
The Apostle Paul demonstrates timeless qualities of spiritual leadership
-A good example for healthy accountability
Spiritual Leadership is Spiritual Influence!
-Everyone influences someone (more than one!)
-Question: HOW are we influencing people spiritually?
Qualities of a Spiritual Leader (Influencer)
Provides spiritual gifts to the church vs 11
-serve through the gifts given by the Holy Spirit
-provide general spiritual gifts to believers
Strengthens the church vs 11
-am I building up or tearing down the faith of others?
-do I bring gas or water to a fire (conflict)?
-Philippians 4:8-9 Do I lead others to focus on the right things?
Gives and receives encouragement vs 12
-Spiritual leaders must influence through encouragement!
-Spiritual leaders need encouragement too!
Wants to be fruitful vs 13
-Fruitfulness = new people placing their faith in Jesus Christ
-note: Paul had a mission to share the Good News everywhere
-Fruitfulness and Faithfulness go hand in hand
A spiritual leader is not bias or prejudice vs 14-15
-Jesus came to save everyone! “For God so loved the world…”
-We don’t choose who God gives us to share His Good News
-We DO choose our response to who God puts in our path!
-1 Corinthians 9:19-23 “all things to all people…[to] save some”
-Am I helping everyone in my community find and follow Jesus?
-Or am I encouraging racial strife and segregation?
Am I leading people towards Jesus Christ?
Have I placed my faith in Jesus Christ?
-I can’t give what I don’t have!
-I can’t lead people where I am not being led
How am I spiritually influencing others around me?
How am I spiritually influencing in my local church?
Who do I tend to avoid or exclude when I serve others?
-with my words
-with my investments
-with my time and energy
Is God calling me to go?
-Paul had a life calling to preach the gospel in new places
And among people different than he was (non-Jews)
-Has God given you a burden
-For a specific people group or geographic location?
-For a specific place where the gospel is not well established?
-Do you sense a call to start a new church beyond ours?
Romans part 1: Introduction
Introduction to Romans
Why study Romans now?
1. Romans is a timeless letter to every church
-The Holy Spirit inspired Paul to write this letter
-Paul addressed issues specific to the Roman church
-These issues are also important to every church!
2. Romans is a letter for every people group
-We need a message of unity in a climate of division and strife
-Jesus is the Savior for all of humanity, not any one race
3. Romans declares Good News!
-“the gospel” is the main theme of the entire letter
-we need good news in a time of negativity and confusion
4. Romans explains how to properly relate to government
-Paul doesn’t dwell on the pagan nature of Ceasar
-Paul expresses God’s purposes for establishing government
-The letter explains how to live within any governmental order
-The focus is on living within God’s kingdom rule through faith
and obedience to Jesus Christ our Lord
5. Romans explains the degrading results of rejecting God
-He describes a sinful culture that sounds much like today
-We shouldn’t be overwhelmed by our godless culture
-Paul doesn’t dwell on this sad reality, and neither should we
6. Romans calls out prideful Christians
-Today, some Christians have an us/them mentality
-Everyone is justified by faith in Jesus Christ!
-We cannot boast in legalism or codes of Christian conduct
7. Romans describes our security and victory in Christ
-Fear, instability and fatalism dominate our culture today
-Romans declares we are secure in God’s gracious love for us
through our faith in Jesus Christ
-Paul writes how we don’t have to live a defeated life because of
the power God grants us through our faith in Jesus Christ
Observations from Romans 1:1-7
God calls us to trust and follow Jesus Christ
-Paul is a special called Apostle under the Lordship of Christ
-Every Christian is called to follow Jesus as Lord
-This is a supernatural calling
-We must respond by faith to this calling
The Good News of God is all about Jesus Christ
-Jesus was a real person in history who died and rose again
-Jesus was announced by the OT prophets as the Savior
-Our faith is rooted in a real person who solved our real
problem of being separated from God because of sin.
The Good News is for everyone!
-Gentiles- every people group that is not Jewish
-Jews- even Jews must trust in Jesus Christ to be saved
What should we do now?
Read Romans on your own!
-write out your thoughts, questions, encouragements
Respond to God’s call on your life!
-Place your faith (trust) in Jesus Christ as Savior and Lord
Receive God’s love, grace and peace
-Loved: you are already loved!
-based on who you are, NOT what you have done
-You are a saint in God’s eyes because of your faith!
-Grace: unmerited favor, acceptance by God
-Peace: true peace that helps us in crisis and chaos
A peace that settles our hearts to know we are ok
-Lord: We have ONE boss, ONE authority who is Jesus
-this clears up the confusion of trying to obey multiple voices
that are competing for our allegiance today
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